Redistribution Reactions - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780124544505, 9780323160483

Redistribution Reactions

1st Edition

Authors: J.C. Lockhart
eBook ISBN: 9780323160483
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1970
Page Count: 188
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Redistribution Reactions is a comprehensive coverage of redistribution phenomena for the entire Periodic Table. This book is organized into two sections encompassing 10 chapters that tackle the concepts of structural reorganization.
Part I provides first an overview of redistribution reactions, followed by a discussion on a series of techniques capable of detecting all compounds in a redistribution reaction, including electronic, vibrational, and nuclear magnetic spectroscopy, X-ray crystallography, mass spectroscopy, polarography, chromatography, and the use of phase diagram. Part II is devoted to the redistribution reactions of the elements under Periodic Group headings with available kinetics or thermodynamics information. This part also presents valuable structural information of the group elements, such as their vibrational frequencies and chemical shifts.
This work will be of convenient reference for researchers already working on redistribution and for a more general range of research workers in inorganic chemistry who require information on scrambling for a specific element.

Table of Contents

Preface Conversion Table Part I

1. Introduction References 2. Experimental Techniques I. Spectroscopy II. X-Ray Crystallography III. Mass Spectrometry IV. Polarography V. Gas Chromatography VI. Phase Diagrams VII. Use of Labels References

Part II

3. Group I I. Lithium Alkyls, Aryls, and Silyls II. Alkali β-Diketonates 4. Group II I. Beryllium II. Magnesium III. Zinc IV. Cadmium V. Mercury VI. Exchange of Mixtures of Group II and Other Elements References 5. Transition Metals I. Carbonyls II. Dithiolates, Salicylaldiminates, and Aminotroponiminates III. β-Diketonates IV. Miscellaneous Ligands References 6. Group III I. Boron II. Aluminum III. Gallium, Indium, and Thallium References 7. Group IV I. Silicon II. Germanium III. Tin IV. Scrambling between Group IV and Other Central Atoms References 8. Group V I. Phosphorus II. Arsenic III. Nitrogen, Antimony, and Bismuth References 9. Group VI I. Sulfur II. Selenium, Tellurium, Polonium, and Mixtures 10. Trends in Redistribution Reactions Spinoff References

Author Index Subject Index


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